How do we do it?
Stamping concrete is the process of pouring and placing high strength, reinforced concrete and then treating the surface with highly specialized tools which create the antique finishes. There are significant advantages to this process over traditional materials. Concrete is more durable because of its strength and weather resistance. Concrete is also more versatile because it can be poured and placed into virtually any shape, size or location. Finally, concrete holds finishes better than most ordinary materials. Creative Concrete projects always look their best, season to season, year to year.
What can stamped concrete be used for?
Stamped concrete can be used wherever traditional building materials would be placed. Driveways, walkways, patios, pool decks and stairs can be transformed into a beautiful pattern using stamped concrete.
Is it expensive?
You'll find that when compared to customized site work involving the delivery and placement of brick, stone or other materials, Creative Concrete is surprisingly affordable. Compare the advantages of stamped concrete to traditional materials and you'll see that stamped concrete offers the best value and least maintenance of the alternatives.
How Do I Maintain Stamped Concrete?
After the pattern you've selected is installed in the concrete, a clear, acrylic sealant is applied to protect the finish against the elements. Simply broom clean or hose off the surface as needed to keep your project looking bright and beautiful year after year.
Why Should You Select Creative Concrete As Your Contractor?
You can trust your improvements to Creative Concrete.
We have the experience, the reputation and the highly specialized tools and equipment necessary to get your job done professionally. We monitor each project so carefully that our quality control methods have become the standard for the industry. When choosing a concrete contractor to work on your property, choose the one many builders rely on, Creative Concrete Corp., The Affordable Alternative!
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